HYDERABAD - Another blast took place on the railway track upon which Karachi-bound Zikria Express narrowly escaped a major disaster, exposing the false claims of strict security arrangements against terrorism from the District Police Hyderabad. Another series of blasts caused panic and fear among the citizens of Hyderabad, particularly those who have no other sources of travelling except railway. On Tuesday at about 7.20 a.m. the portion of the main track was blown up near Detha Railway Station some four kilometres from here. The blast occurred as a result of a timed device planted inside the track at the time when Karachi-bound Zikria Express was scheduled to pass towards its destination. Some few months back, the SP Special Branch Hyderabad, who is also the head of the Bomb Disposal Squad, claimed in media that the availability of sophisticated equipment has ensured the foiling of terrorist acts in the district. Similar claims were also made by the DPO Hyderabad, but the failure of security was witnessed by the citizens after frequent blasts on railway tracks. Rumours that the Police have found pamphlets regarding acceptance of these blasts from Sindhu Desh Liberation Army are in circulation, but no official source is available to confirm these rumours. Though no loss of life or injury was reported as a result of these blasts, panic gripped the citizens, especially fear of the occurrence of any untoward incident which could lead to casualties in future as a result of failure of security arrangements. As usual, the railway authorities, Rangers, Police and Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) rushed to the spot where the BDS deactivated the explosive, which failed to go off. Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered at PS Rahuki against unknown persons. Pakistan Railways, after repairing the damaged part of the track restored traffic after four hours of the explosion.